Sea to Sky Hotel and Conference Centre
Travel Blogs from Squamish
... had caught us up so we rode with them pushing all the way knowing that they had 3min on us as we had started in an earlier wave. It worked in our favour though as we both upped the tempo and they were dragging us to a faster finish.
We negated a 100m boardwalk through some marshland ( great track work) and then began the chase into town. I tried to bury them on some fire road and we did gap them but they managed to sneak onto a passing duo and came past us with two kms to go. ...
... classes to join in the straw towers challenge, but given the complexities of the Straw Tower challenge (which requires teams to engineer a structure out of drinking straws and tape that is able to support the weight of a marshmallow), we decided it was best to combine the 2 kindergarten classes to do the Bacterial Stuffies activity.
This was the youngest group of students that I've worked with on the straw towers challenge (usually I have delivered this exercise to ...
... food there was really cheap! Laska noodles, large ice coffee and Hong Kong egg waffles all for $8!!!
Later the day, I went to visit Simon Fraser University. The travel was about 30mins which is awesome compared to my 2 hour travel to Monash University. SFU is massive and has some historical sites to it (looks like it anyways).
That's about it for today. I'm not a great blogger but I do hope you enjoy the read and photos!
... check out Granville Island, China Town and Gastown where we got out (numb bums) and checked out the Steam Clock and had a lovely lunch at the Water Street Cafe, before we walked back to the hotel for a nanna nap before we catch up with the kids and go to Moose's Down Under Bar to watch the AFL grand final. beers, bar food, really loud drunken aussies as we watched the end of the road for the Purple Haze (Fremantle). Bedtime 2am. Not sure if we can keep up the ...
... we met a lady who now lived in Arizona, but was originally from near Winchester, and at the top of the mountain near Lake Louise, we met a man who lived near Newport, right where I did one of my Universi placements.
Canada was an amazing place to visit, the sheer scale of both the country and scenery were absurd and I'd definitely recommend it. There's a lot to see on both the east and west coast, although I wouldn't fault anyone for skipping the drive in the middle!
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking